Owain Glyndwr was the last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales. After the Anglo-Norman conquest by the nation breaking King Edward I "Longshanks" in the late 13th century Wales was carved up between the English crown and the hated Marcher Lords. Its people were oppressed and treated like second class citizens within their own country. In 1400 A.D a little known Welsh nobleman by the name of Owain Glyndwr rose up in rebellion and led the Welsh people into a brutal war for independence. For over a decade Wales' "Braveheart" stuck fear into the hearts of his enemies before disappearing like King Arthur into the mists and mountains of his beloved homeland never to be seen again.